Tokyo Guide > Japanese Restaurants

Search for Japanese Restaurants

Area All | Akasaka | Akihabara, Jimbocho | Harajuku, Omotesando | Ueno, Asakusa | Ebisu, Nakameguro | Ginza, Tsukiji | Ikebukuro | Roppongi | Shibuya | Odaiba | Shinjuku | Tokyo | Kichijoji | Yokohama | Shinagawa | Chiba, Narita | Jiyugaoka, Futakotamagawa | Yoyogi-uehara | Meguro, Gotanda | Ryogoku, Kinshicho | Yotsuya, Kagurazaka | Nakano, Koenji | Machida | Hachioji, Tachikawa | Sugamo | Machiya, Kita-senju
Category All | Conveyor Belt Sushi | Curry | Family Restaurant | Fast Food | Fugu | Izakaya | Japanese Sweets & Cafes | Michelin | Okonomiyaki, Monja | Ramen | Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki | Soba | Sushi | Teishoku, Yoshoku | Tempura | Teppanyaki / Hibachi | Tonkatsu | Traditional Japanese | Udon | Unagi | Vegetarian & Healthy | Yakiniku | Yakitori
Budget All | 0~999 yen | 1,000~2,999 yen | 3,000~4,999 yen | 5,000~6,999 yen | 7,000~9,999 yen | 5,000~10,000 yen 10,000 yen or more |
Ocassion All | Date | Family | One | Group | Party | Business |
Language
English Speaking Staff English Menu Photo Menu
101 - 120 of 242
<< Previous  | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6 | 7  | 8  | 9  | 10  | 11  | Next >>
  • English menu
  • Nagatacho Kurosawa

  • Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki, Teppanyaki / Hibachi ( Tameikesanno )
  • Kurosawa restaurant, named after the famous movie producer, tries to capture the late celebrity's ambiance. The restaurant is built resembling an old Japanese residence. and serves Kagoshima meat as t...
  • Goemon

  • Traditional Japanese, Vegetarian & Healthy ( Komagome )
  • Goemon's specialty is tofu prepared with seasonal vegetables. They've become fairly popular among vegetarians and the health conscious. The building is decorated in the style of a traditional Japanese...
  • Speak English English menu
  • Juno Akasaka

  • Traditional Japanese ( Tameikesanno )
  • Juno Akasaka is most popular with the female crowd for their creative use of seafood. The atmosphere is bright, and their wine menu during dinner helps liven things up even more. At lunch time you can...
  • English menu Picture menu
  • Mimiu: Shibuya

  • Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki ( Shibuya )
  • This long-established shop was founded in 1958, and offers udon and shabu-shabu. They have 10 branches in Osaka, and 5 in Tokyo. Their famous dish ‘Udonsuki,” which is a fresh seafood stew with u...
  • Torimanmi

  • Traditional Japanese ( Hiroo )
  • This small, hidden Izakaiya near Nishi-Azabu crossing has a cozy feeling reminiscent of an old friends home. Relax in the candle light and enjoy Miyazaki cuisine, featuring chicken and whale meat. T...
  • Picture menu
  • Numazu Uogashi Sushi:Tokyo Station

  • Sushi ( Tokyo Station )
  • Uogashi Sushi is headquartered in Numazu, Shizuoka, famous for its fresh fish market. The Tokyo store is well known for its lively atmosphere, thanks to the outgoing sushi chefs, who serve big portion...
  • English menu
  • Tsuki Tei

  • Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki, Fugu ( Shinjuku )
  • Tsuki Tei serves Hida beef from Gifu prefecture prepared as sukiyaki, shabu-shabu, steak or sashimi. Fugu is also served from September to May. Hida beef sashimi is also available. The restaurant has ...
  • Sarashina no Sato

  • Soba ( Tsukiji )
  • Since it opened in 1899 this soba restaurant has been popular for its handmade noodles. In addition to soba a nabe set course is a popular dinner choice and includes soba-gaki (a solid soba based dis...
  • Picture menu
  • Numazu Uogashi Sushi:Otemachi

  • Sushi ( Tokyo Station )
  • Uogashi Sushi is headquartered in Numazu, Shizuoka, famous for its fresh fish market. The Otemachi store has a lively atmosphere. Sushi is delivered fresh from Numazu everyday. Lunch is available for...
  • Mochiku Shoten

  • Tempura ( Ginza )
  • Because Mochiku Shoten doesn't have a sign, it's a bit tricky to find; look for the menu board in front of the building. This tempura restaurant, which was opened in 1913, has a long history. The chef...
  • Torizen Seo

  • Yakitori ( Azabu-juban )
  • In contrast to most yakitori shops, the mood at Torizenseo is decidedly contemporary. The interior is modern, and jazz fills up the air. The L-shaped counter attracts most of the attention, while a fe...
  • Hotaruzuki: Ikebukuro

  • Izakaya, Traditional Japanese, Sake & Shochu Bars ( Ikebukuro )
  • Hotaruzuki is a Japanese izakaya that specializes in sake. They have over 100 selections, and there's the equivalent of a wine sommelier on staff to recommend sake and food pairings. They also offer s...
  • Speak English English menu
  • Hinaichi

  • Izakaya, Yakitori ( Roppongi )
  • Hinaichi's specialty is mizutaki nabe, a soup made with Hinai free-range chickens that was simmered for over eight hours and is thus full of collagen. They also source their King Crab from Shiretoko a...
  • English menu
  • Serata

  • Yakitori ( Azabu-juban )
  • The limited seating available (eigth table seats and ten counter seats) make it hard to rely on Serata as an after-work spot. Still, the interior is great for business entertainment, and they offer a ...
  • dom Pierre

  • French, Teishoku, Yoshoku ( Tokyo Station )
  • Although Don Pierre is categorized as a French restaurant by many Japanese guidebooks, yoshoku, locally adapted western food, would more precisely describe what is served here. Omlet Rice ("omu raisu"...
  • Toriyasu

  • Yakitori, Izakaya ( Nihombashi )
  • This crowded, authentic izakaya yakitori restaurant has been running for over three decades. An average meal including traditional sake runs for 3,000yen, and if you are not well versed in yakitori, a...
  • English menu
  • Daidaiya: Akasaka

  • Asian Fusion, Izakaya ( Akasaka )
  • Daidaiya is an izakaya that is reinventing Japanese food and fusing it with flavors from around the world. Some examples include abalone sashimi with liver/miso sauce or foie gras sashimi with balsami...
  • Aoyuzu Tora

  • Traditional Japanese, Izakaya ( Tokyo Station )
  • Although this izakaya is famous for sashimi, you can try turtle dishes as well. A turtle dinner set for three people costs 18,000yen. If you want sashimi, "funamori" is a good choice. It's a tradition...
  • Tenmatsu: Nihonbashi

  • Tempura ( Nihombashi )
  • At tenmatsu, a chef will prepare your tempura right in front of you and serve it in seconds. Lunch mainstays are tempura teishoku - served piece by piece - or ten don - served in a rice bowl. Tempura ...
  • Asoko

  • Izakaya ( Azabu-juban )
  • Asoko is a virtually hidden spot in Azubu Juban. This family-run Izakaya can only seat about ten people, and has good sashimi and sake for reasonable prices. They cook rice on order so the whole place...
101 - 120 of 242
<< Previous  | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6 | 7  | 8  | 9  | 10  | 11  | Next >>

Discount Coupons

Nambantei: Shibuya
>> Ten percent off! << * Pl...
Shabuzen: Shibuya
Complimentary Drink
Matsuzaka
  • Matsuzaka
  • Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki
  • ( Akasaka )
>> One complimentary beer, coc...
Festa-Iikura
---Groups of four or more rece...
Sakura House
Feedback Form